1. Create a post. I suggest something that explains that the post is being used to invite them to Google+, also explaining that invites are being limited. (They will get that post in an email with the first few words as the subject line)
2a. Inviting by suggested contact list: Create a circle with everyone you want to invite in your contact list (I created one called, creatively, "Invitees"). Add that circle under "Share"
2b. Inviting by email: Typing their names directly into the box under what you want to share, where it says "+Add more people."
3. Hit share.
Note, I've been informed by a Googler+ that invites are rate limited by hour. So if they can't click through that first time, they can try again later with same link. (You don't need to resend it)
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